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College track and field: Track teams tussle at UWS

Minnesota Duluth had 11 men's and six women's winners at the indoor track tune-up

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SUPERIOR — Minnesota Duluth stood out in a field of Division II and III athletes on Saturday at the Twin Ports Invite on the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus.

Eleven Bulldogs entries had first-place finishes on the men's side at the indoor track tuneup, with Avery Hunt winning the long jump (6.41 meters) and triple jump (13.35 meters) and Colton Kostynick taking the throws with a 15.73-meter weight throw effort and a 15.63-meter shot put.

St. Scholastica's Samuel Eben Ebai won the 200 in 23.23 seconds and Calvin Boone took the 800 in 2:00.15.

On the women's side, UMD had six winning entries, five of them on the track. Isabelle Brezinka put on a dominant performance in the 600, winning by more than 11 seconds in 1:36.29.

Ellie Sholin of CSS won the 400 in 1:04.09, while Kasha Hughlett of UWS won the weight throw with an effort of 14.92 meters.

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